This gallery shot shows some of the free printable sewing patterns that Chelly Wood has designed to fit the Ever After High dolls made by the Mattel toy company. The patterns include three free printable dress patterns, one capri pants pattern with shirt pattern and shoes patterns, plus a skirt and shirt combination pattern, all of which are free and printable on ChellyWood.com and all of which fit the Mattel Ever After High brand of dolls. Visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes.

FREE Ever After High Doll Clothes Patterns

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading FREE Ever After High Doll Clothes Patterns

This gallery image shows all the Free Printable Sewing Patterns for Skipper Doll Clothes (10 inch Dolls or 25 cm Dolls) found at ChellyWood.com a website that specializes in offering free printable sewing patterns to fit dolls of many shapes and sizes.

FREE Skipper Doll Clothes Patterns

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns you want. If you’d like to make one of the outfits shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the outfit you’d like to sew. This will take you to a larger image … Continue reading FREE Skipper Doll Clothes Patterns

This image shows a 12 inch baby doll of unspecified brand wearing a springtime green dress with puffy sleeves and a gathered waist. The dress has no collar and no cuffs. The overlay says 12-inch doll dress and offers the URL of the website where you can download the free printable pdf sewing pattern for making this adorable baby doll dress with puff sleeves: ChellyWood.com (free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes). This is the overlay for a youtube tutorial that includes spoken as well as written instructions for making the baby doll dress shown, using the pattern you can download for free on ChellyWood.com

#SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s #sew a puff-sleeve dress for baby #dolls w/free patterns

This week’s baby doll dress sewing project requires the use of elastic around the base of each sleeve. That’s not as tricky as sewing a coat zipper into a lined hoodie or aligning grommets between the layers of a lined silk corset, but I wouldn’t say this dress project is for beginners either. If you look at the free printable PDF sewing pattern (below), you’ll … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s #sew a puff-sleeve dress for baby #dolls w/free patterns

On the page where you find this image, there's a similar PDF downloadable printable free sewing pattern for making a baby doll dress. This image shows what pattern pieces are in the PDF, and it includes the dress bodice, sleeve, and skirt. The PDF also includes free printable sewing patterns for making a baby doll's diaper, plus the rest of the bodice. These and other free printable sewing patterns for making a baby doll's dress are available at ChellyWood.com

#PDFpattern Wednesday: Free 12 Inch #Doll Clothes #Patterns

This week’s free sewing pattern will fit most 12″ (30 cm) baby dolls. But it has two pieces: the one shown above and the one shown below: That’s right… the second page of the pattern includes a diaper pattern! I plan to post the tutorial video showing you how to make the dress in tomorrow’s blog post, but you’ll have to wait for the diaper … Continue reading #PDFpattern Wednesday: Free 12 Inch #Doll Clothes #Patterns

This screenshot shows over 100 images of dolls modeling the handmade clothes designed by doll clothes designer Chelly Wood. The image includes pictures of doll shoes, historical costumes, modern-day casual clothes, elegant gowns, and more... The dolls wearing these handmade doll clothes range from the 18-inch American Girl dolls to the tiny Kelly Barbie dolls and every doll in-between. The blog post that accompanies this image offers an update on how Chelly Wood is making progress with her blog-reorganization program.

Over 200 #free #dollclothes #patterns to organize… “A Change Is Gonna Come!”

The image at the top of this blog post was created by taking a series of screenshots from my “Home” page gallery. ChellyWood.com now has too many images to fit in the gallery, which is why my blog has been under re-construction since November of 2018. It’s about to change in a BIG way, too, so I wanted to give my regular blog followers a … Continue reading Over 200 #free #dollclothes #patterns to organize… “A Change Is Gonna Come!”

This is a photograph of a 12 inch baby doll wearing a puffy-sleeve dress (they are short, puffy sleeves) with a pretty floral print. This dress comes from ChellyWood.com, a website which offers the sewing pattern for making this dress, plus dozens of other printable PDF sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes absolutely FREE.

Let’s dress a baby #doll for #summer in pretty #dollclothes!

This week on ChellyWood.com, I’m going to give you the free, printable sewing pattern for making this sweet little puff-sleeve dress for 12 inch baby dolls. Sleeves can be kind of tricky, and this week’s dress uses elastic around the arm area of the sleeve, to give it that “puffy sleeve” look. So on my difficulty scale, I’m going to say this particular dress is … Continue reading Let’s dress a baby #doll for #summer in pretty #dollclothes!

This YouTube video gives you basic instruction in how to do a baste stitch. It discusses how to baste stitch by hand, including how wide your baste stitches should be if you are pre-stitching before gathering a skirt for a doll dress. It also offers a brief suggestion for basting on a sewing machine, and how you should do some research to make sure your settings on your machine are correct for basting.

Sewing Basics: How to do a baste stitch before gathering when #sewing #dollclothes

This brief video explains the basics of basting. In this tutorial, you’ll learn approximately how far apart your baste stitches should be spaced when you’re sewing doll clothes. In addition to demonstrating the baste stitch when done by hand, it also talks about basting on a sewing machine. Remember that my patterns and tutorials are free under the Creative Commons Attribution mark, so if you’re … Continue reading Sewing Basics: How to do a baste stitch before gathering when #sewing #dollclothes